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I need help. I cannot figure out the anologies. They are...

Plateau: flat
toponym: noun


asked by Kelli
  1. What are the definitions of all these words? Which pair has the same relationship to each other as does the first one?

    colloquy = a formal or written conversation
    loquacious = very talkative, chatty

    posted by Writeacher
  2. thatdoesnt help but thanks... iguess

    posted by Kelli

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